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Nuro'k Xur-pattern Spirit

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This article is about the model introduced in Halo 5: Guardians. For the model introduced in Halo: Combat Evolved, see Dextro Xur-pattern Spirit.
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Nuro'k Xur-pattern warrior transport
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Production information

Manufacturer:

Merchants of Qikost[1][2]

Role:

Dropship, gunship, scout

Technical specifications

Length:

33 meters (108 ft)[1][2]

Width:

18.1 meters (59.4 ft)[1][2]

Height:

11.6 meters (38.1 ft)[1][2]

Mass:

67.9 metric tons (66.8 LT; 74.8 ST)[1][2]

Maximum speed:

1,099 kilometres per hour (683 mph)[1]

Slipspace drive:

Not equipped

Other system(s):

Tow field

Armament:

One heavy plasma cannon[2]

Complement:

Thirty passengers[1]

Crew:

One pilot[1][2]

Chronological and affiliation

Era:

Post-Covenant War conflicts

Affiliation:

Swords of Sanghelios[3]
Jul 'Mdama's Covenant

 

The Nuro'k Xur-pattern warrior transport, known to humanity as the Type-57 Troop Carrier or more commonly the Spirit, is an infantry and logistical dropship and utility craft manufactured by the Merchants of Qikost.[1]

Design details[edit]

The Type-57 Spirit incorporates a number of design evolutions iterated upon by the Merchants of Qikost, including a more streamlined profile, upgraded armor, improved in-atmosphere maneuverability, and faster troop-deployment. It's rumored that the Sangheili artisans responsible for the Type-57 Spirit accomplished the upgrades with the aid of a secretly-sequestered Huragok.[1] Unlike older models, the T-57 spirit has a door for each individual troop compartment on the prongs of the vessel whereas the older versions had a single door that spanned the length of the troop compartment.

Operational history[edit]

The Type-57 TC was put into service in the aftermath of the end of the Human-Covenant War as an improvement over the older Dextro Xur-pattern Spirit.[1] Jul 'Mdama's Covenant made extensive use of T-57 Spirits during the battles of Kamchatka, Genesis, Nuusra, and Sunaion. Around the same time T-57 Spirits were often used in Warzone simulations aboard the UNSC Infinity.[4]

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